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www.wired.com/2015/02/fantastically-wrong-unicorn

Feb 4, 2015 ... In late 2012, the North Korean regime made a rather bizarre announcement, even by the standards of the North Korean regime. According to The Guardian, the country's archaeologists had discovered “the lair of one of the unicorns ridden by the ancient Korean King Tongmyong,” just 600 feet from a temple ...

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While many mythic creatures are man-eating monsters or evil spirits, others, like unicorns, are powerful and peaceful. Both the pearly white unicorn of European lore and the benevolent Asian unicorn avoid contact with humans, preferring to remain unseen. When humans do encounter unicorns, the creatures cause them no ...

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Jun 12, 2008 ... The discovery of a single-horned deer in an Italian preserve resurrects humankind's fascination with the unicorn.

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Unicorn, mythological animal resembling a horse or a kid with a single horn on its forehead. The unicorn appeared in early Mesopotamian artworks, and it also was referred to in the ancient myths of India and China. The earliest description in Greek literature of a single-horned (Greek monokerōs, Latin unicornis) animal ...

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Oct 27, 2008 ... There is a lot of debate about the reality of the elusive unicorn & there are a lot of believers out there. This is an elusive creature said to possess great powers and pureness, & interestingly enough they have a presence in the mythology of many independent cultures around the world.

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May 5, 2017 ... More modern notions of the unicorn started to appear in the second century. In an allegory from the Christian text Physiologus, a unicorn—not inherently a gentle creature—is tamed by a virgin woman. From there, the mythical creature became an emblem of purity and chastity, which is likely how the ...

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Though written accounts of Unicorns date back only two and a half millenia, depictions of the one-horned beast can be found as far back as Humankind's history goes. He was known and worshipped in ancient Babylon, the very crucible in which civilisation was born. Two of the guiding powers in these times were the Sun ...

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In the West. An animal called the re'em is mentioned in several places in the Bible, often as a metaphor representing strength. In the King James Version, as well as some other translations, the word is translated as "unicorn," producing such phrases as "His strength is as the strength of a unicorn." These references allude to ...